Gov. David Ige said officials expect to see a rise in virus cases, but Hawaii hospitals are equipped with the capacity to handle new infections.
Two new cases were found in a Kaneohe care home.
Three more people have tested positive at the nursing home for the virus over the weekend.
UPDATED: State officials maintain they have the resources to test, monitor and trace an increasing number of infection clusters on Oahu.
Other long-term care facilities in Hawaii are ramping up their testing.
Nursing homes account for 40% of all virus deaths nationwide, but there have been very few cases in Hawaii. Still, some advocates believe more testing and monitoring is needed in long-term care facilities.
As of Wednesday, four patients and one employee at Hale Nani have been diagnosed in less than a week.
As of Tuesday, two patients and an employee at Hale Nani Rehabilitation and Nursing Center have fallen ill.
The state Department of Health said this is only the second nursing home patient in Hawaii to be diagnosed with the virus.